The Super Bowl a new national holiday? Neil Cohen explains why it’s not as crazy as it sounds.
Liam Day believes that Kwame Harris’ case offers us a glimpse behind the male stereotype shrouding both gay athletes and male victims of domestic violence.
Of course a fan’s suing the San Antonio Spurs. Liam Day argues it’s only natural after the NBA Commissioner fined the team $250,000 for the very same ridiculous reason.
Jamie Reidy, a 1992 Notre Dame graduate, explores a new theory being put forward about the duped All-American.
Recent studies show, “Each season the average college football player receives more than 1,000 blows to the head.”
Liam Day wonders how long we can continue ignoring the mounting evidence that football damages players’ brains.
NFL stars Clay Matthews, Peyton Manning and Matthew Slater are following their dads to the Pro Bowl.
In other historical struggles for equal rights, sports have not only played a role, but led the charge.
Apparently missing part of an NFL game brings out some people’s worst instincts, and the racial epithets that go with them.
Risking injury for money is one kind of brave. Liam Day argues that it’s less brave than refusing to.
Is the masculine power the makes football exhilarating, the same destructive force that killed Jovan Belcher and Kasandra Perkins?
Despite men being statistically less healthy than women, global health funding has been largely focused on women.
More than 100 days have passed since the hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay started, and with no progress being made, an American minister has joined the strike.
Peace Corps Deputy Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet today announced that the agency will begin accepting applications from same-sex domestic partners who want to serve together as volunteers overseas.
As makeup becomes more socially acceptable for men to wear, the benefits of it are called into question.
With at least 51 people dead from the giant tornado that ripped through Oklahoma, the Wheeler family was relieved to know that their son was alive.
Ernie R writes to The Good Life of two best men: his own, and himself.
Chantele Theroux on how to live and love like the Man in Black.
An easy, energy efficient way to brew tea in your kitchen.
Justin Cascio talks to T Cooper, author of Real Man Adventures, about writing, crying, and being a real man.
This is love.
Patterns, colors, proportions, oh my!
This is a comment by Anonymous on the post “Should We Forgive Apologetic Bullies?”
This is a comment by Lars Fisher on the post “I’d Benefit From a Traditional Wife”.
Do you know the way to your own heart? Men who cook and write wanted.
It’s not exactly criminal. So why do you hide the source of your joy?
Sometimes, what makes us do evil is easier to understand than the reasons why we choose to do good.